- The One World Trilateral Commission's First Executive
- Brzezinski Backs Obama
- Saturday, August 25, 2007; Page A03
- ZBIG ENDORSEMENT
- Brzezinski Backs Obama
- Barack Obama, combating the perception that he is too
young and inexperienced to handle a dangerous world, got a boost yesterday
from a paragon of foreign policy eminence, Zbigniew Brzezinski. The
former national security adviser announced on Bloomberg Television's "Political
Capital With Al Hunt" that he is supporting the junior senator from <http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/related/topic/Illinois?tid=informline>Illinois for
- Zbigniew Brzezinski says he is supporting Barack Obama
for president. (By Carol T. Powers -- Bloomberg News)
- Obama "recognizes that the challenge is a new face,
a new sense of direction, a new definition of America's role in the world,"
said Brzezinski, who keeps an office at the Center for Strategic and
International Studies. "Obama is clearly more effective and has the
upper hand. He has a sense of what is historically relevant and what is
needed from the United States in relationship to the world."
- The August Review - Global elite research center
- The Trilateral Commission: Usurping Sovereignty
- By Patrick Wood
- . . . . . . . The Trilateral Commission was founded by
the persistent maneuvering of David Rockefeller and Zbigniew
Brzezinski. Rockefeller was chairman of the ultra-powerful Chase
Manhattan Bank, a director of many major multinational corporations and
"endowment funds" and had long been a central figure in the Council
brilliant prognosticator of one-world idealism, was a professor at Columbia
University and the author of several books that have served as "policy
guidelines" for the Trilateral Commission. Brzezinski served
as the Commission's first executive director from its inception in 1973
until late 1976 when he was appointed by President Jimmy Carter as
Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs.
- The initial Commission membership was approximately three
hundred, with roughly one hundred each from Europe, Japan and North America.
Membership was also roughly divided between academics, politicians and
corporate magnates; these included international bankers, leaders of prominent
labor unions and corporate directors of media giants.
- The word commission was puzzling since it is
usually associated with instrumentalities set up by governments. It seemed
out of place with a so-called private group unless we could determine
that it really was an arm of a government - an unseen government, different
from the visible government in Washington. European and Japanese involvement
indicated a world government rather than a national government. We hoped
that the concept of a sub-rosa world government was just wishful thinking
on the part of the Trilateral Commissioners. The facts, however, lined
up quite pessimistically.
- If the Council on Foreign Relations could be said to
be a spawning ground for the concepts of one-world idealism, then the Trilateral
Commission was the "task force" assembled to assault the beachheads.
Already the Commission had placed its members in the top posts the U.S.
had to offer." . . . . . . ..
- Trilateral Entrenchment: 1980-2007
- Subsequent presidential elections brought George
H.W. Bush (under Reagan), William Jefferson Clinton, Albert
Gore andRichard Cheney (under G. W. Bush) to power.
- Thus, every Administration since Carter has had top-level
Trilateral Commission representation through the President or Vice-president,
- It is important to note that Trilateral domination has
transcended political parties: they dominated both the Republican and Democrat
parties with equal aplomb.
- In addition, the Administration before Carter was
very friendly and useful to Trilateral doctrine as well: President Gerald
Ford took the reins after President Richard Nixon resigned, and then appointed Nelson
Rockefeller as his Vice President. Neither Ford nor Rockefeller were members
of the Trilateral Commission, but Nelson was David Rockefeller's brother
and that says enough. According to Nelson Rockefeller's memoirs, he originally
introduced then-governor Jimmy Carter to David and Brzezinski.
- How has the Trilateral Commission effected their goal
of creating a New World Order or a New International Economic Order? They
seated their own members at the top of the institutions of global trade,
global banking and foreign policy.
- For instance, the World Bank is one of the
most critical mechanisms in the engine of globalization.17 Since the
founding of the Trilateral Commission in 1973, there have been only seven
World Bank presidents, all of whom were appointed by the President. Of
these seven, six were pulled from the ranks of the Trilateral Commission!
- Robert McNamara (1968-1981)
- A.W. Clausen (1981-1986)
- Barber Conable (1986-1991)
- Lewis Preston (1991-1995)
- James Wolfenson (1995-2005)
- Paul Wolfowitz (2005-2007)
- Robert Zoellick (2007-present)
- Another good evidence of domination is the position of
U.S. Trade Representative (USTR), which is critically involved in negotiating
the many international trade treaties and agreements that have been necessary
to create the New International Economic Order. Since 1977, there have
been ten USTR's appointed by the President. Eight have been members of
the Trilateral Commission!
- Robert S. Strauss (1977-1979)
- Reubin O'D. Askew (1979-1981)
- William E. Brock III (1981-1985)
- Clayton K. Yeutter (1985-1989)
- Carla A. Hills (1989-1993) (Bush Trade Rep
& Author of NAFTA, North American Free Trade Agreement)
- Mickey Kantor (1993-1997) (Clinton's Trade
Rep got NAFTA passed)
- Charlene Barshefsky (1997-2001)
- Robert Zoellick (2001-2005)
- Rob Portman (2005-2006)
- Susan Schwab (2006-present)
- This is not to say that Clayton Yeuter and Rob Portman
were not friendly to Trilateral goals, because they clearly were.
- The Secretary of State cabinet position has seen its
share of Trilaterals as well: Henry Kissinger (Nixon, Ford), Cyrus
Vance (Carter), Alexander Haig (Reagan),George Shultz (Reagan), Lawrence
Eagleburger (G.H.W. Bush), Warren Christopher (Clinton)
and Madeleine Albright (Clinton) There were some Acting Secretaries
of State that are also noteworthy: Philip Habib (Carter), Michael
Armacost (G.H.W Bush), Arnold Kantor (Clinton), Richard
- Lastly, it should be noted that the Federal Reserve has
likewise been dominated by Trilaterals: Arthur Burns (1970-1978), Paul
Volker (1979-1987), Alan Greenspan(1987-2006). While the Federal
Reserve is a privately-owned corporation, the President "chooses"
the Chairman to a perpetual appointment. The current Fed Chairman, Ben
Bernanke, is not a member of the Trilateral Commission, but he clearly
is following the same globalist policies as his predecessors. . .. . .
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